How does he respond to physical cues while you’re kissing?
And, most interestingly, where do these first couple of kisses happen?
Be sure to ask yourself how the kiss made you feel—did you feel totally off guard or even unsafe, or did you feel complete bliss? Chlipala, MA, MEd, LMFT, from Relationship Reality 312, Inc., says, “Someone who wants to keep kissing you is obviously enjoying the kissing and feels some chemistry, [but] if you get a tongue in your ear and a hand creeping up your shirt, it may be he’s trying to rush or is just interested in scoring.“He doesn’t force the kiss but pays attention to your signals and has no problem deepening the kiss.” She adds that another sign of confidence is that he isn’t afraid to compliment you or address the kiss.“If he’s willing to lay his feelings on the line, he tells you,” she says.“You’ve gotta kiss a lot of frogs before you find your prince,” the note accompanying it read. Was my very own grandma actually encouraging me to go off kissing lots of men?!And more importantly, If you’re dating in your twenties or thirties, chances are that you rely on a number of methods to figure out if you are into it or if the guy you’re dating is into it, too.